Shosuke 庄助

Shosuke
  • Address

    1-12-8, Nishi-Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku

  • Open

    17:00 - 23:30

  • Close

    Open everyday

  • Card

    VISA, MasterCard, American Express, JCB, Diners Club

  • Memo

    5 min walk from JR Shinjuku station(West exit).
    Photos represent serving for 2.

Course

Shosuke A ¥2,500

Yakitori (5 kinds)
1 Yakitori (5 kinds)

Chicken with leek / Chicken thigh / Chicken meatball / Chicken gizzard / Chicken skin

Edamame(Green soybeans)
2 Edamame(Green soybeans)

Raw ham salad
3 Raw ham salad

Japanese fried chicken
4 Japanese fried chicken

Rice cooked in soup stock
5 Rice cooked in soup stock

Rice / Salmon flakes / Japanese dried seaweed / Other

Green tea mochi
6 Green tea mochi

Shosuke B ¥3,000

Oden(5 kinds)
1 Oden(5 kinds)

Egg / Radish / Konjac / Chikuwa(tube‐shaped fish paste) / Fried chikuwa with burdock

Rice for porridge
2 Rice for porridge

Omlet with minced chicken and Japanese honewort
3 Omlet with minced chicken and Japanese honewort

Yakitori (3 kinds)
4 Yakitori (3 kinds)

Chicken with leek / Chicken thigh / Chicken meatball

Edamame(Green soybeans)
5 Edamame(Green soybeans)

Raw ham salad
6 Raw ham salad

Japanese fried chicken
7 Japanese fried chicken

Green tea mochi
8 Green tea mochi


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